Leadtooth recently launched the new web site for Kenyon Review, a fantastic literary review based out of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. The new Kenyon Review web site increases the mobile usability of the site, provides easier access to the vast amount of content on the site, and provides a modern aesthetic.
We also migrated their online store from Square to WordPress/WooCommerce.
We were thrilled to work with Kenyon Review on this project and look forward to continuing out working relationship with them.
We recently launched the new web site for our longtime client Ana Beleval. Ana is known by many in Chicago as the “Around Town” reporter on WGN Morning News.
Ana’s new site provides clips from daily Around Town episodes through a feed from the WGN web site. It also provides easy access to her social media profiles, TedTalk, and other content.
The awesome Johalla Projects managed the project.
This week we launched the new web site for Wirtz Residential. We worked closely with Wirtz Residential’s leasing and management team to create a site that provides modern features, while still being search engine friendly.
The new site includes a custom-built integration with Yardi’s RentCafe API. The integration allows the site to display current rates and availability information in a user-friendly and attractive manner.
Leadtooth recently designed and developed a new web site for the a href=”https://tollwayoases.com/”>Illinois Tollway Oases. We worked closely with MB Real Estate, who manages the oases, to create a modern, user-friendly site for the various oases in the Chicagoland area.
The new web site includes many WordPress customizations, as well as a custom integration of Mapbox.
We recently launched the new web site for United States Artists, a nonprofit that offers 50 unrestricted fellowships to artists each year. The new version of the USA web site includes an expanded fellows directory, as well as other new design and functionality improvements.
We recently launched the new web site for 150 North Riverside, an internationally-award winning tower on the west bank of the Chicago River’s south branch. Chicago’s Mauge handled the design for the site.
We developed a custom WordPress theme for the site, with custom functionality and tools for easy web site management.